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HYPER-PUBLIC: A SYMPOSIUM ON DESIGNING PRIVACY AND PUBLIC SPACE IN THE CONNECTED WORLD

June 9-June 10, 2011 Harvard Law School & Maxwell Dworkin Hall, SEAS, Harvard University

http://www.hyperpublic.org/

Concept

Technology is transforming privacy and reshaping what it means to be in public. Our interactions—personal, professional, financial, etc.—increasingly take place online, where they are archived, searchable, and easily replicated. Our activities in the physical worlds are digitized by the ubiquitous cameras operated by store-owners, government agencies and our friends, who post and tag pictures of us. We share our location both deliberately, via social media updates, and inescapably, via our location-aware telephones.

Discussions of privacy often focus solely on the question of how to protect privacy. But a thriving public sphere, whether physical or virtual, is also essential to society. The balance of social mores and personal freedom in these spaces is what makes cooperation and collective action possible.

Design reflects a society’s beliefs about private and public life. A city with welcoming parks, plazas and verandas expresses a public culture – and one where blank garage-door walls line empty streets does not. Yet design is also an agent of change. New media are our new public forums and the design of their interfaces affects what people reveal, wittingly or not. Design is essential in making legible the line between private and public, and in showing people the significance of the information they are revealing. Most importantly, in an era in which technology is collapsing the boundaries that maintained our privacy, we must understand how design can promote tolerance. For as our world becomes more public, it is only with heightened tolerance that we can maintain the freedom we value in privacy.

This symposium will bring together computer scientists, ethnographers, architects, historians, artists and legal scholars to discuss how design influences privacy and public space, how it shapes and is shaped by human behavior and experience, and how it can cultivate norms such as tolerance and diversity.

About the Conference

Resources

Please add links to papers, articles, blogposts, and other items related to privacy and of interest to symposium participants to this page. Users need to create an account to edit this wiki -- click on the link in the top right corner of this page to obtain a username/password.

Attendees

If you have registered (http://www.hyperpublic.org/register/) for the symposium, you can add your name to this list to connect with other attendees. Please note registration for the symposium is now closed (and adding your name to this wiki without registering via the link will not constitute a registration itself):

  1. Amar Ashar, Berkman Center
  2. Assaf Biderman, MIT SENSEable City Laboratory
  3. Nell Breyer, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
  4. danah boyd, Microsoft Research
  5. Herbert Burkert, University of St. Gallen
  6. Gerhard Buurman, Zurich University of the Arts
  7. Beatriz Colomina, Princeton University
  8. Cody Damon, Common Sense NMS
  9. Judith Donath, Berkman Center
  10. Paul Dourish, University of California, Irvine
  11. Karen Druffel, Framingham State University
  12. Urs Gasser, Berkman Center
  13. Adam Greenfield, Urbanscale LLC
  14. Jef Huang, Berkman Center
  15. Trevor Hughes, International Assoc. of Privacy Professionals
  16. Airi Lampinen, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology HIIT & UC Berkeley
  17. Thomas Lowenhaupt, Connecting.nyc Inc.
  18. Colin Maclay, Berkman Center
  19. Betsy Masiello, Google
  20. Thodoris Colovos, NIM,
  21. John Miller, Intel
  22. Nicholas Negroponte, MIT
  23. Charles Nesson, Berkman Center
  24. Caroline Nolan, Berkman Center
  25. John Palfrey, Berkman Center
  26. Vivien Park, Motorola, Polis
  27. Diwa Ram, Jiyer
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  29. Geanne Rosenberg, Baruch College and CUNY Journalism
  30. Julia Scher, Academy of Media Arts Cologne
  31. Jeffrey Schnapp, Harvard Metalab
  32. Laurent Stalder, ETHZ
  33. Tom Stites, Berkman Center
  34. David Weinberger, Berkman Center
  35. Jonathan Zittrain, Berkman Center
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  37. Ethan Zuckerman, Berkman Center
  38. Hong Joo Lee, MIT CCI & The Catholic University of Korea
  39. Andrew Sempere, IBM Research (Center for Social Software / Collaborative User Experience)
  40. Lorraine Kisselburgh, Purdue University (Brian Lamb School of Communication)
  41. Jeremy Nemeth, University of Colorado (College of Architecture and Planning)
  42. Perry Hewitt, Digital Communications, Harvard University
  43. Mike M. Rook, Krause Innovation Studio, Penn State University
  44. Debbie Chachra, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
  45. Germaine Halegoua, Microsoft Research
  46. Neha Narula, MIT CSAIL
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  48. Mike Gotta, Cisco
  49. Zeynep Tufekci, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  50. Irina Baraliuc, Law Science Technology & Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussel
  51. David Bollier, [2], Commons Strategy Group and Commons Law Project
  52. Brady Kriss, Law Office of Brady Kriss, Esq.
  53. John Taysom, 2011 Harvard ALI Fellow. "3 is a crowd" project
  54. Jeff Jarvis, Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism.
  55. Aaron Zinman, MIT Media Lab
  56. Simon Columbus, Amsterdam University College / Berkman Center intern
  57. Sara Marie Watson, Web Ecology Project / Harvard
  58. Maryann Hulsman, MIT, Department of Urban Studies and Planning

Food for Thought Dinners

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If you would like to join one of the dinners:

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